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Joyce Sims came home from church June 2 and immediately called Lawrenceburg police.
Someone had stolen her tree peony.
The tree is not her favorite planting in Sims’ meticulously landscaped backyard at 617 Nickelbie Drive. Sims prefers Crepe Myrtle trees or calla lilies to a tree peony or “peony tree” as she referred to the perennial.
But the tree peony’s maroon-and-white flowers bloom for only a few short weeks in spring, Sims said, and then they’re gone until next year.
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